mmmm.. not "deportation" ..morenangpinay wrote:maybe you can video her or take a recording next time so you have proof? or report them to MOM and follow it up with the HOME and TWC2..hm or her embassy. but the end result will still be deportation.
but it would be better than returning home in a coffin .
They may make up a minority but they make up a LARGE minority. Take a walk at 6:00 in the morning and see all the maids washing cars. Take a walk at 8 PM at night and see the same maids doing the wash, taking care of the kids. How many hours is enough?Herman S wrote:Despite what the news and media are sensationalising, I'm pretty sure these abusive employers make up the minority of Singaporeans who hire maids, its just that the crazy ones always take up the spotlight, and gets associated with the entire population.
"Truly, one of the most appalling aspects of Singapore. A filthy rich country that treats its least able and poorest in such a shabby manner. And MOM is complicit in this. MOM should be the advocate for workers, not the mouthpiece for those who want to retain cheap labor unfettered by labor laws that might require that FW's be treated fairly."
While I do not disagree with you, I'd just like to point out that this isn't exclusive to Singapore - http://www.vice.com/vice-news/the-slaves-of-dubai
It's great that you're taking proactive steps to help out other people, goes to show for every bad egg, there are many more people with big hearts.
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